Henry the 8th had 6 wives.
Catherine of Aragon
Anne of Cleves
He had two of them beheaded.
At school we learned a rhyme to help us remember the right order of these women.. 'Divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived.' Although strictly speaking, the divorces were actually annullments.
by Linda Rawlinson5 years ago
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